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I was using the hob today and then realised it had stopped heating up. I have replaced the fuse but this has not worked. Any idease? Is the hob plugged into a normal 3 point plug do you know? If so it may be hidden under/behind oven but i din't want to start dismantling anything if this was not the case.

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If it is a hob on its own, then it is probably plugged in somewhere, often underneath the worktop or somewhere, but sometimes they are hard wired as well, you nwill have to trace the incoming lead back to it's source.

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